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DIY Vases Gift Ideas Kids Can Make With Their Parents

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DIY Vases Gift Ideas Kids Can Make With Their Parents

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We have always loved my kids’ homemade gifts most of all. Here we have 10+ Amazing Vases Gift Ideas for kids to make with parents . Not everyone is looking for an expensive gift, some people want that gift which has the special touch that reminds them of you, your love and all your heart that you poured while making one.

DIY Vases Gift Ideas for Kids

Kids would like to make easy Mod Podge vases using these craft ideas. Which can be used as gifts and decorative items. There are 10+ vases gift ideas that you can make with your children.

Chalkboard Mason Jar Vases Gift idea

Chalkboard Mason Jar Vases Gift idea

Image/Tutorial: We Heart Parties

Firstly, cut the white vinyl with your electronic craft cutter into the words of your choice. Then remove the excess vinyl surrounding the words as well as the insides of the letters (using a hook). Then you can use transfer tape to apply vinyl to the jar. The transfer tape is optional but makes the process a bit easier.

DIY Colorful Hand-Dotted Tumbler

DIY Colorful Hand-Dotted Tumbler

Image/Tutorial: Pop Sugar

Firstly, use an enamel or all-surface acrylic for long standing results. Then fold a sheet of paper towel in half and then in half again. Then squeeze out a small dollop of each color of paint and mix together to create additional colors for your tumbler. You can experiment with mixing the primary colors to create oranges, greens, and purples. Then place a length of parchment paper on a sheet pan, and then place the glass upside-down on the pan. Now press the end of a cotton swab in one color of paint, and dot around the base of the glass. Then continue dotting with other colors to create a first layer of dots, and then let dry it for an hour. And then flip it over on the sheet pan. Place it in a cold oven and bake at 350F for 30 minutes to set the paint. Then allow the glass to cool in the oven for an hour before handling.

Tissue Paper Vases Gift idea

Tissue Paper Vases Gift idea

Image/Tutorial: Glue Sticks Blog

To make tissue paper vase firstly, brushed the vase with a light coat of mod podge and began applying small circles of tissue paper to it. Work in small sections as you go because mod podge dries quickly. Now let the edges overhang so that every edge was covered and just trimmed them later when they were dry. Then every last inch was covered in tissue dots. Now layered all over each other, making sure to press them down as we went for a smooth finish. After that, we added a layer of mod podge on top to seal the vase and waterproof it. You can add a sweet-smelling flower from the front yard.

Vase Bottle Craft

Vase Bottle Craft

Image/Tutorial: Hands On As We Grow

Firstly, you have to paint the bottles with glue. We used Mod Podge, but regular school glue should work just as well. You can paint the glue on bottles with a paintbrush, but get creative on how you apply it. You can use a sponge, or even roll it in, like we did for the salt. Rolled the glue covered bottle in the colored salt that I spread out on a baking sheet. If the bottle has some bare spots then just have the kids reapply some glue to those spots and sprinkle the salt on. You can add the ribbon to the neck of the bottle yourself. It could also be covered in glue and salt, but the kids used that part as their handle for the most part.

Artwork On A Vase

Artwork On A Vase

Image/Tutorial: Everyday is an occasion

Firstly, we will do some Spaghetti slap art…means dipping spaghetti in paint and slapping it on a piece of paper.

Now, let the art dry and then cut it out so that it will fit around your vase. Then apply healthy heaping of Mod Podge washout for kids onto the vase and back of the artwork. This step may get bubbles so use your finger and smooth them out. And then put artwork on vase and Mod Podge on top of the artwork.

Allow to dry it and then use your new one of a kind vase. You can use it for pens, flowers, craft supplies or maybe just a decorative piece.

Lego Vase

Lego Vase

Image/Tutorial: Fab Art DIY

Kids have great fun and can spend hours to figure out those characters and molds there. They can adjust it according to the above image and it can be used for decoration purpose.

DIY Flower Vases Gift Ideas

DIY Flower Vases Gift Ideas

Image/Tutorial: Modern Parents Messy Kids

To make it vase firstly, stuck the glass jar in the dishwater. Then rube olive oil over any remaining glue and let it sit for 30-40 minutes. Next light scrubbing with soap and water to clean the jar.  Just tying the yarn around the jar and then wrapping it around worked. Next mix the yarns that are various shades of the same color. Then start simple with a single band of the darker color surrounded on top and bottom by the lighter yarn. Then make three narrow bands with the darker color. Finally, experiment with texture by overlapping the yarn to create a pattern.

Desk Tidy

Desk Tidy

Image/Tutorial: My little 3 and me

Firstly, cut lengths of wool about the size of your outstretched arm span. Then tip the jar upside down and start at the base, which is now at the top. Now, you need to spread glue all around the outside of the jar for the wool to stick to but we are going to do it in sections of about 3 cm to make it manageable and so it does not dry out. Then take a length of wool and start at the bottom of the jar. Now hold the end in place with gentle push of your finger and wind the rest of the wool round the jar. Then hold the wool still with one hand and rotate the jar with the other.

To hold the unglued section of the jar for turning or you will end up in a sticky mess. Then after 4 or 5 rotations, gently push the strands together to close up any little gaps. Then repeat the process with your next piece of wool starting where your last piece finished. After you get half way down your jar you will probably find it easier to turn it back up the right way and continue working from the bottom to the top, carry on until you have covered the whole jar and set aside to dry.

Knit Wire Vases Gift Ideas

Knit Wire Vases Gift Ideas

Image/Tutorial: Dukes and Duchesses

Firstly, start the beads onto the wire and begin knitting in a garter stitch, pulling the beads in at different intervals to get the look you want. Then you will knit a rectangle shape, making the width as wide as the item you want to wrap it around. Then you do not have to get the dimensions perfect since you will be able to easily hand shape the wire after it’s knit, simply by pulling it in different directions and stretching it out as needed. After finishing the knitting, cut the wire then thread the ends of the wire into the loops, wrap the piece around the vase, and thread it together at the back with a separate strand of wire pulled through the holes.

Mini Vase

Mini Vase

Image/Tutorial: Curbly

It can be made by snipping off the mouth of a balloon, leaving about an inch of the neck, and then slipping the balloon over the votive holder.

Pipe Cleaner Flowers Vases Gift Ideas

Pipe Cleaner Flowers Vases Gift Ideas

Image/Tutorial: The Craft Nest

To make it, laying three red pipe cleaners on top of each other in a star pattern. Then bend the pipe cleaners around each other to secure them together. But make sure that you maintain the same star shape. Now pick a side of the pipe cleaner star, and start spiraling it into the center of the flower. But make sure to keep the spiral tight. Then continue to spiral all pipe cleaners to the center of the flower. After that, use a pipe cleaner of different color to make a stem for your flower. Then attach the stem to the flower by bending it over the center of the flower, wher the pipe cleaners are connected.

Decorate Vase with Acrylic Paints

Vases

Image/Tutorial: Lemon Tree dwelling

Firstly, take a jar and dip the wine cork in assorted acrylic paints and make large flowers on the jar. You can also use a pencil eraser to make small flowers. Use a small paintbrush to make stems. To make leaves use little fingers.

Hope you liked all these vases decoration ideas for kids. We will bring more of such articles for you. We would love to hear back from you. You can leave your comments and opinions in the comments section below. Keep creating and smiling with Kids Art & Craft!

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